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    DiKay1024 posted:
    Just a reminder for the oldies, and maybe new info the newer members! Go to
    once each day and click on the button to donate free mammograms for those who can't afford one. It's free, and the sponsors of the site donate one free mammogram for every so many clicks. Of course, the hope is that you'll purchase items from the sponsors, but no need to, just click and you are counted. It only takes a second. Across the top of the page there are also tabs to other causes where you can click to donate things like pet food for shelter animals, books for kids, food for world hunger, etc. I usually go across the top and click on each one, and it takes less than a minute. What an easy way to give! One click is a mere drop in the bucket, but if everyone on the net did so each day imagine how it would add up!

    Blessings to all, Di
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    BeBrave responded:
    Happy Easter! Thanks for posting about this site. I also signed up for a daily e mail reminder to click every day.I hope every one is doing well here on the board. I've been trying to come back and keep up. Just an aside, I've changed gyno doctor. After going through the breast cancer turmoil, I was ignoring making an appt. for the pap. Any excuse is a good one, right? Anyway, my gyno doctor did not follow up once with me when I was seeing all the cancer doctors. I guess she's too busy. Funny, my family doctor called me, and he had nothing to do with my treatment. The phone book is full of doctors. OK, I'll stop venting now.
    Hugs and Prayers for Everyone,
    Love, Alma
    judyleann responded:
    Thank you for posting this. I had this at one time but lost it, so now I can click again every day. God Bless you. Judy

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